As a Christian school, we have given much consideration as to how we would see a student who has been successfully educated with a Christian Worldview:
Built in God’s image, we are created to explore and be curious about His world. We seek His wisdom and understanding through processes and activities as an expression of our faith.
God’s revelation through His Word and the Holy Spirit holds relevance to every sphere and aspect of life. This knowledge of God allows a framework to view humanity in all its endeavors. Such knowledge extends the students’ understandings of humanity and God in all disciplines and school activities.
We nurture our curiosity, developing skills for inquiry and research. We know how to learn independently and with others. We learn with enthusiasm and sustain our love of learning throughout life.
Understanding God’s character and grace provides a standard that shows us how to be principled in thought and in our actions toward our neighbor and our environment.
Seeking wisdom from God and exercising faith, we act in obedience according to His word and direction without always knowing the outcomes. We demonstrate our confidence in His promises and in His power working through us as we make difficult decisions and perform challenging tasks.
We are designed by God to live in community. We work best, when we work together in the unity of the Holy Spirit. We recognize that our interactions, both verbal and nonverbal, with one another should be full of grace; communicating the truth in the same love that God has demonstrated to us.
We are open to understanding differences, actively exploring perspectives and diversity. We know such activities can enhance learning and deepen our understanding of the world and God’s plan for it.
Jesus taught us to love our neighbors as ourselves. As imitators of Christ, we strive to show kindness and empathy toward others and be good stewards of His creation. We support each other through hardships and celebrate together in our joys and achievements.
We live a balanced life when we understand the value of being involved in a variety of activities: arts, sports, academics, social life, family, but keeping God at the center of those activities. As we live in balance, we discover the gifts God has given us, we appreciate those gifts he has given others, and we trust God to use those gifts in all endeavors.
We are called to be still and know that He is God and recognize His ways are higher than our own. He has given us intellect and the ability to thoughtfully examine our experiences and opportunities, in relation to His truth and plan. He has also given us the Holy Spirit to guide our thoughts as an essential part of contemplation.